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Coffee and Cream Talk -- The Intersection Where All Things Race, Gender, and Pop Culture Meet

Ree

Ree shares her thoughts on life, as viewed through the lens of race, gender, and pop culture issues. No holds barred! Always honest, all of the time! Archived from iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/coffee-cream-talk-intersection-where-all-things-race/id1143715504. Items in this collection are restricted.

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Ree discusses why so many women choose to settle when it comes to relationships.  How important is it to be physically attracted to your mate?
Ree celebrates Christmastime Black Girl Magic!  Black women are WINNING, and YOU DESERVE IT ALL!
Ree discusses whether or not there is only one acceptable way to be a black woman on TV, comparing and contrasting the differences between the characters of Scandal’s "Olivia Pope" and Empire’s "Cookie Lyon."
Ree discusses the season finale of the reality TV show, "The Bachelorette," by examining Rachel Lindsay's choice of her final two suitors, Peter Kraus and Bryan Abasolo. 
Ree discusses the recent turn of events on TV shows, "The Bachelorette" and "Queen Sugar," as they relate to black women in the world of interracial dating.  Are black women really ready to date white men?
Ree discusses the undeniable power of "Black Girl Magic," examining why everyone is not happy about it's global appeal. 
Ree discusses the recent crowning of Miss Black University of Texas and examines why colorism still reigns supreme in the black community.
Ree discusses the recent Shea Moisture debacle, the subsequent fallout, and what this means for Black women. 
Ree discusses the success of TV shows like Scandal, Queen Sugar, and The Walking Dead, focusing on the influence black actresses and white actors have on and off screen when romantically paired together.   
Ree discusses the importance of Black women's voices supporting the "Impeach Trump" movement and doing all of the work that matters, while questioning the noticeable silence and absence of Black male leadership in those same roles.       
Ree discusses the hot-button topic of Black women's views on natural hair, relaxed hair, and weaves. 
Ree discusses the tyrannical first three weeks of the Trump presidency.
Ree shares her appreciation of the late singer/songwriter/musician, George Michael. 
Ree discusses the 2016 Presidential election, and the effects that the results are having in society. 
Ree discusses Beyonce's country music debut on the 50th Annual Country Music Association Awards (CMAs).  
Ree discusses rappers, rap music, and the trend to disregard and disrespect black women.
Ree discusses why she's with HER, and why you should be, too!  Make sure YOU Vote for Hillary Rodham Clinton for President of the United States on Tuesday, November 8th!
Ree discusses the latest 4-part series of Iyanla Vanzant's popular TV show, "Fix My Life".  The myth of the "Angry Black Woman" is exposed, and Ree suggests expanding your options when looking for love.  
Ree gives a glowing review of the newest scripted series to debut on the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN), Queen Sugar.
Olympic Gold Medalist, Gabby Douglas, has been unfairly targeted by online bullies.  Ree discusses the toll this may have taken on Gabby, and, more importantly, why all of the disgusting hate towards her needs to stop.
When it comes to cheating, why do women forgive their husbands but continue to hate his mistress?  Ree looks at this illogical practice and shares her thoughts on why it’s accepted.
Chants of “Jesse Williams for President!” filled the auditorium after his powerful BET Awards speech supporting Black Lives Matter.  Great idea?  WRONG!!!  Listen as I explain why.